We’ve partnered up with Tickets for Good!
Calling all NHS Workers, fancy a bit’a Tramlines this summer?
Once again, we’ve partnered up with Tickets for Good and donated a selection of Tramlines Day tickets so that NHS workers can head to Tramlines this summer. Tickets for Good’s current scheme enables workers to enjoy time away from work at live events that reduce stress and improve mental health!
By donating tickets, Tramlines is lowering the barriers of access to live events for Tickets for Good users, who previously might not have attended due to physical, financial, work-based, or personal obstacles.
We have previously supported a range of charities and organisations through Tickets for Good including:
Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind, check out the video HERE to learn more.
Roundabout – Local Youth Housing Charity
Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice
Children with Cancer UK
REMA – Rotherham Ethnic Minority Alliance
A bit about Tickets for Good…
Tickets for Good is an open ticketing platform which started in 2019, allowing ticket buyers to give optional charity donations with each ticket sale. Since then, they’ve have developed their brand to offer free tickets to users through an exclusive ticketing platform, connecting live event partners across the UK with the people who need live entertainment the most.
How it works
If you’re an NHS worker and want to be in with the chance to enjoy a day at Sheffield’s Biggest Party this Summer, you can sign up to the ballot now. You’ll be able to sign up with your NHS email address and once your account is automatically activated you’ll be able to access the ballot through the Tickets for Good platform.
The ballot closes next Wednesday 20th April at midnight!
If you have any questions regarding the sign up process please check the Tickets for Good FAQs.
*Please note if you’re an existing Tramlines ticket holder and receive a ticket through the Tickets for Good, Tramlines will not be able to refund any original tickets purchased.